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      10-09-2012, 04:44 PM   #7
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It really depends on your goals with the car. If you are going to take it to road courses and want the car to not understeer so much, the squared 18x9.5" squared setup would work for you. If your widebody allows for it, you may even be able to fit the 18x10" wheels on your car, with negative camber. If you are looking for the best traction for straight line performance, the wider the rear wheel the better so that you can have a wide tire for traction.